Career Opportunities

Careers Opportunities

Current Openings:

Director of Development

Full Time, Exempt

The Director of Development manages all aspects of fundraising for Chaplaincy Health Care. The position will develop and ensure increased levels of philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources. As a member of the Executive Team, the Director of Development works closely with the Executive Director, Board members and campaign volunteers, and other members of the management team to advance the philanthropic priorities of the organization. The Director of Development is responsible for developing strategic and annual plans for the department, to set goals for long-range and annual fundraising, and to initiate actions to attain such goals. The Director of Development supervises all development staff, with the responsibility of setting fundraising goals and metrics guiding the performance of all development staff. Individually, the Director of Development is responsible for a portfolio of assigned prospects and manages the development and advancement of these relationships through cultivation activities, face-to-face visits, proposal development and solicitation of major gifts (10K+) from individuals, corporations, foundations and other organizations.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • The Director of Development is responsible for leading, managing and reviewing the performance of all development positions, including the Associate Director of Donor Relations and Development Assistant.
  • The Director of Development also serves as principal liaison to all board development and fundraising committees.
  • As a member of the management team representing development functions, serves as a key spokesperson representing the organization in the community, to advance organizational visibility and relationship-building with major donors and community partners.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Strategic Planning (10%)

  • Leads staff and volunteer teams in the development of annual and long-term plans for the department, to support overall Strategic Plan(s) of Chaplaincy Health Care.  This includes goals and plans for annual fundraising, capital campaigns or special initiatives and grant writing.
  • Participates in overall organizational planning as a member of the executive management team.
  • Oversees the development and management of all departmental tracking systems to support potential donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
  • Develops an annual communication plan to support development activities, in partnership with Business Development and Marketing, so that organizational efforts can be leveraged and integrated.

Major Donor Identification, Cultivation, Solicitation and Stewardship (50%)

  • Identifies, qualifies, cultivates, and solicits major gift prospects, through database review and by engaging community members, board members, campaign volunteers, and staff in the identification and solicitation process.
  • Develops a “moves management system“ that tracks and monitors progress in all aspects of major gift prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation and donor stewardship.
  • Completes a minimum of 150 face-to-face visits and 250 total contacts per year for developing strategies for current and future major gift solicitations.
  • Develops and recommends appropriate stewardship and donor recognition to support philanthropic donations.
  • Completes contact reports summarizing all background reports for all donor/prospect contact activities; prepares all background reports and cultivation/solicitation strategies for use by solicitation teams; prepares all cultivation or solicitation proposals or materials needed for successful donor presentations; drafts all customized thank you and stewardship communications for major donors.

Planned Giving (10%)

  • Responsible for developing and managing a planned giving program by building relationships with lawyers, financial planners, trust officers and church pastors.
    Identifies potential planned gift prospects from the Chaplaincy’s database and develops cultivation strategies for each. These prospects are then assigned for contact by either the Director of Development or other appropriate development staff.

Grant Writing (5%)

  • Ensures that the organization subscribes to appropriate foundation and government grant databases, to identify potential grant submission opportunities for the organization.
    Assigns and oversees grant proposal development and timely submission.

Social Media and Crowdfunding (5%)

  • Remains knowledgeable and current on the use of social media and crowdfunding strategies to attract younger generations in philanthropic giving.
    Oversees development and implementation of appropriate messaging and social media strategies, working in partnership with the Chaplaincy’s marketing communications team.

Staff and Volunteer Management (20%)

  • Oversees all development staff activities, supporting their attainment of assigned fundraising goals and performance metrics.
  • Staffs the Campaign Steering Committee and key major gifts volunteers.
  • Assists in defining and managing the roles of all fundraising volunteers or advisory boards, including continual support in the identification of potential board/committee volunteers, setting agendas and the training of volunteers to participate in donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities.

Other Duties as Assigned

  • Depending upon the needs of the organization, the Executive Director may at any time assign additional tasks for the Director of Development’s implementation.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree and seven years of progressively responsible experience in fundraising.  Comparable marketing experience considered.
  • Demonstrated planning, managerial and supervisory skills
  • Demonstrated success in relationship-building and major gift procurement ($25,000 and above).  Capital campaign experience preferred
  • Knowledge of and/or experience in planned giving, grant writing and procurement, and social media outreach.
  • Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to motivate staff and volunteers

Agency Requirements:

  • Demonstrate support and adherence to the agency’s Mission, Vision, and Values
  • Responsible for knowledge and compliance with agency policies and practices
  • Responsible for maintaining and protecting Patient and agency information in a confidential manner. Practice appropriate HIPAA confidentiality accessing patient-related information on a “need to know” basis only
  • Reliable personal transportation, and current and valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
  • Satisfaction of state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing
  • Criminal background screening and pre-employment drug screening
  • Ability to meet the physical demands of position (see attached physical requirements and environmental conditions)
  • Complete agency and departmental orientation and training program(s)
  • Work availability

If interested, please apply with a letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Repeat Boutique Store Manager

Full Time/ Non-Exempt/ Benefit Eligible Position

Come and Join an Amazing Team! Chaplaincy Health Care is looking for a Store Manager to work at our Richland Repeat Boutique Thrift Store.

Essential Functions:

  • Maintain accurate volunteer records in Volgistics software. This includes profile data, scheduling and service hours.
  • Recruit and train new volunteers, maintain current volunteers and terminate volunteers who do not follow store policies or are detrimental to store customer service.
  • Assure the accuracy of all transactions on the point-of-sale system (Clover) and properly train and supervise volunteers in the use of the system and processing customer sales.
  • Assure accurate cash accounts and make sure the daily cash transactions are deposited into the bank nightly or by the next business day.
  • Set the pricing of donated items to the standard that has been established by the Operations Guide Pricing Schedule. The Store Manager has the right to negotiate pricing with customers as needed.
  • Purchase store supplies as needed.
  • The Store Manager, in cooperation with the Executive Director and Marketing Director, will determine any specials, deals or other promotions for the store.
  • Assure that all volunteer shifts are covered with the appropriate number of people to deliver quality customer service.
  • The Store Manager is responsible for the safety and security of volunteers and customers to the best of their ability.
  • Hold regularly scheduled volunteer staff meetings that include one or all of the following: Executive Director, CFO, Director of Business Development & Operations.
  • Ensure that all donated items are properly processed in a timely manner according to the Operations Guide.
  • Ensure that the store is properly opened and closed each day and that all security and cleaning processes are followed.
  • Provide a weekly report to the Executive Director and other senior staff as needed.

Agency Requirements:

  • Demonstrate support and adherence to the agency’s Mission, Vision, and Values.
  • Responsible for knowledge and compliance with agency policies and practices.
  • Reliable personal transportation, and current and valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.
  • Satisfaction of state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing.
  • Criminal background screening and pre-employment drug screening.
  • Ability to meet the physical demands of position (see attached physical requirements and environmental conditions).
  • Complete agency and departmental orientation and training program(s).
  • Work availability.

If interested, please apply with a letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Mental Health Provider (LICSW)

Part Time/Per Diem/FT

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State LICSW or License Eligible
  • Medicare Billable
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License, Auto Insurance; Reliable Transportation

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Bi-Lingual
  • Experience in an Outpatient Health Care Setting
  • Previous experience in community mental health

Position schedule:

  • Daytime, one evening, Flex times Depending on Appointment Schedule.

If interested, please apply with a letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Forms

For your convenience, the following forms are available for you to download:

Employment Application

Justifacts Authorization